Europe

Estonians eye a digital future

Despite its small stature, Estonia has become one of the most advanced digital societies in the world.

Europe

Estonians experiment with digital IDs

It has been called the most advanced digital society in the world. Estonia has led the way with ID cards, online voting and electronic government services, but with all this comes greater exposure to cyber attacks.

People & Power

Estonia: Going on a Bear Hunt

How would Estonia and its NATO allies respond should the small Baltic state be invaded by Russia?

Europe

US VP visits Baltic states to ease concerns over Russia

Pence visiting Estonia, Georgia and Montenegro to signal support and draw line under perceived aggression from Moscow.

Mike Pence in Estonia to ease Russia concerns in Baltic

Estonia

Russia and Estonia 'swap spies' at border

Russian state television shows seemingly casual exchange of two men on bridge in forested border region.

Russia and Estonia 'swap spies' at border

Arts & Culture

Estonia's Kihnu - the women's island

With men out at sea fishing, women are in charge of this Baltic community and have been running the show for centuries.

Estonia's Kihnu - the women's island

People & Power

The Baltic and the Bear

We investigate why the Baltic states of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania are nervous about Russia's regional ambitions.

Opinion

Why Narva is probably not next on Russia's list

Estonian city might look like low hanging fruit for Russia but there are four very good reasons why Russia won't invade.

Luke Coffey

by Luke Coffey

Luke Coffey

AJ IMPACT

Estonia redefines national security in a digital age

Estonia's ambitious plan to protect the digital identity of its citizens and rewrite international cyber-security law.

Estonia redefines national security in a digital age

Opinion

Do not forget about Eston Kohver

The international community must pressure Moscow to release abducted Estonian internal security officer.

Luke Coffey

by Luke Coffey

Luke Coffey

Reporter's Notebook

NATO's endgame in the Baltics

Does NATO's logic carry to its 'defensive' manoeuvres in the Baltic States?

Afghanistan

Afghanistan blast kills several officers

At least four police officers killed and eleven injured in a suicide car bomb in Helmand province.

Afghanistan blast kills several officers

Human Rights

Five Yemeni inmates released from Guantanamo

US transfers detainees to Oman and Estonia, at least six years after the Pentagon cleared them for release.

Five Yemeni inmates released from Guantanamo

Estonia

Can Iceland become the 'Switzerland of data'?

Amid government snooping, tiny Nordic nation hopes to brand itself as a safe haven for data privacy around the globe.

Can Iceland become the 'Switzerland of data'?

Interactive

Interactive: Countries countering ISIL

Pinpointing military and humanitarian aid from nations in the international struggle against the armed group.

Interactive: Countries countering ISIL